HP’s First-Ever AIO Chromebase Desktop Is A WFH Warning Shot For Apple

While HP has been struggling to keep up with Apple’s dominance, especially in the world of desktop PCs, it’s starting to look like they might be catching up. Or at least they’ve got a strong new contender in the Chromebase, the brand’s first-ever all-in-one Chome-based computer, which is loaded with work-from-home- and business-friendly features.

That starts with its spectacular display, a 21.5″ 1080p touchscreen that can seamlessly rotate from landscape to portrait mode on an as-needed basis. Furthermore, it can be equipped with up to 256 GB SSD storage, up to 16 GB DRAM memory, and comes standard with a bevy of other impressive additions — including a 5MP privacy webcam, a Bang & Olufsen speaker system, Bluetooth 5 compatibility, and so much more. If you’ve shifted into a permanent work-from-home situation and you’ve been waiting to pick up the perfect PC for the job, this $650+ offering might just be the ticket.

Purchase: $650+